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A simple technical solution to both Libor and FX Scandals

by November 14, 2014 at 2:37 am 0 comments

I was going to write “simple fix”, but fix is the problem. For the basics read this BBC explainer. The technical problem is that both Libor and FX have a batch closing cycle…how quaintly Victorian. The “close” (aka the “fix”) has a real need. Lots of financial systems need to enter a FX or Libor […]

5 Most Popular Banking Questions on Quora Right Now

5 Most Popular Banking Questions on Quora Right Now

by August 5, 2013 at 10:48 am 0 comments

Some have suggested that Quora might be the new Google. While we won’t go that far, the Q&A site offers a unique window into what’s bugging people right now, including those engaged in financial services. Here are the five most popular banking-related questions being fielded on Quora right now: This OrangeRead More

Voice recording: Rise of the machines

by September 3, 2012 at 12:02 pm 0 comments

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act represent a significant step-change in the global financial services regulatory structure. Some of the provisions associated with Dodd-Frank present both technological and supervisory implications for those firms engaged in swaps activities. As a consequence of this shift in the regulatory landscape,Read More